Please note, this agenda is subject to change.
Early Registration. Welcome!
Registration. When registering please make sure you have your Eventbrite ticket printed and employer-issued photo identification with you.
Doors open at Noon
The USS Cole Attack case study with Featured Presenter Kirk Lippold (CDR, USN ret.)
SHOTS FIRED – The aftermath of an Officer Involved Shooting. with Daron Wyatt (Det. Sgt. Anaheim PD, ret.)
Reception and Book signing with Mark “OZ” Geist and CDR Kirk Lippold. Personally signed books available for purchase at the event. Limited supply.
A Tribute To Heroes evening program
The Tribute to Heroes evening program. Included for registered attendees. Guests of attendees welcomed for separate evening program ticket. Keynote presenter Mark “Oz” Geist heads an evening of remembrance, reflection, and recognition with his personal story on the “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.”
A Silent Auction and reception are included as are guests of attendees who may purchase a Tribute to Heroes program ticket.
Processing Mass Casualty Crime Scenes with Tom O’Connor, Special Agent, FBI Evidence Response Team, ret.
Social Media Data Mining: with Paris Rouhi, Footprints Consulting
These 4.5 hour blocks of instruction are delivered over three days in 1.5 hour blocks, much like a mini-series. Attendees select and attend one topic.
Part one of three:
Workshop 1: Use of Media in Investigations with Daron Wyatt, Anaheim (CA) PD
Workshop 2: Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism with Stephanie Yanta, FBI BAU
Workshop 3: Investigating Cold Cases: Review, Analysis, and Strategy with Chris Flanagan, Fairfax County (VA) PD
These presentations occur simultaneously. Please check signs for room assignments.
Topic 1: Victim Assistance: FBI Assets and Resources in Crisis Events with Lori Wolkoff, Victim Specialist, FBI
Topic 2: Social Media: Finding People on the Internet – for beginners with Paris Rouhi, Footprints, Inc.
Topic 3: Activists and Extremist Organizations involved in Protest Movements with Eric Kleinsmith, Intel SME
The Official “5 O’clock Somewhere” Gathering at Pusser’s Caribbean Grill
Join us at Pusser’s for liaison and networking in a private gathering with live music, food and spirits.
Transportation provided through hotel shuttle.
Uganda Serial Sex Assault and Homicide case study with Carrie Robins, FBI BAU
Tree of Life Mass Shooting case study with Jason Lando, (Pittsburgh PD, ret., Chief, Frederick (MD) PD
Same as Tuesday, part two of three. See above for titles.
The International Spy Museum
From 3:30-5:30 we will tour the National LE Memorial and Museum in the heart of Washington, DC. Then attendees are on their own until 8:00 pm to visit the National Mall and other sites of the Nation’s Capital.
Transportation provided. Guests of attendees are welcome to participate.
Managing the Threat of Targeted Violence: Lessons Learned as a Pathfinder and Bridge-builder with Gene Deisinger, Deisinger Consulting
January 6 and DT Groups with Donal Harvin, RAND
Same as Tuesday, part three of three. See above for titles.
Topic 1: Social Media Exploitation for Investigations- advanced with Paris Rouhi
Topic 2:Four Pillars of Intelligence with Eric Kleinsmith
Topic 3: Homicide case study with Malcolm Reiman, Det. NYPD, ret. – pending
Investigation and Prosecution of No-Body Homicide: You CAN do it with Johnny Capocelli and Matt Ackley
Working Complex Homicide Investigations: No Body, Serial, and DNA-evidence with Malcolm Reiman, Det., NYPD ret. – pending
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